ins,end,delete keys are mischevious
my linux shows a difficult problem... its that when i use the insert ,end & delete keys.. only the character ' ~ ' appears.... and i dont get its actual function..
this problem is there only in the command line prompt..when typing
with in a file (using vi) there is no problem....
and also when i login to some other user (by using su - ) tehre is no probs...
can anyone suggest a solution for this problem....
What shell are you using? Bash, tcsh, zsh?
I use zsh and have the following in my .zshrc:
#Rebind HOME and END to do the decent thing:
bindkey '\e[1~' beginning-of-line
bindkey '\e[4~' end-of-line
case $TERM in (xterm*)
bindkey '\eOH' beginning-of-line
bindkey '\eOF' end-of-line
#To discover what keycode is being sent, hit ^v
#and then the key you want to test.
#And DEL too, as well as PGDN and insert:
bindkey '\e[3~' delete-char
bindkey '\e[6~' end-of-history
bindkey '\e[2~' redisplay
#Now bind pgup to paste the last word of the last command,
bindkey '\e[5~' insert-last-word
But for bash the commands are a little different.
i read ur reply
but... i am using a bash shell.....
if u know the command pls tell...
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